Moons Crossing is a stunning section of the Warren River between Pemberton and Northcliffe, which boasts breathtaking rock pools that offer magnificent opportunities for photography enthusiasts. Settle down for a delightful lunch at the picnic facilities while basking in the beauty of the crossing.

This picturesque spot is well-known among four-wheel drive enthusiasts, who flock to witness the thrilling river crossings. From the comfort of the river bank, you can observe these vehicles navigate the treacherous waters. However, please note that due to the erosion of the concrete river bed, the crossing is accessible only to four-wheel drive vehicles during the summer months when the water levels are low.

For those who are passionate about hiking, the renowned Bibbulmun Track is conveniently close to Moons Crossing. It connects seamlessly with the local Blackberry Pool Walk Trail, offering a scenic journey through the captivating karri and jarrah forests. The trail culminates in a rewarding descent to the Warren River. To enhance your experience, make sure to collect a brochure at the Northcliffe Visitor Centre.

While camping is permitted at Moons Crossing, it’s important to be aware that there are no dedicated camping facilities available.